Facial Paralysis Treatment
Facial paralysis takes place whilst someone is unable to move a few or all the muscle tissues on one or two sides of the face. Facial paralysis is the stoppage of facial movement because of nerve damage. A person’s facial muscles turn weak and occur on both sides of the face.
Facial paralysis is caused by the following:
The facial nerve controls the facial activities like smiling, blinking, and other associated facial movements. It also affects a person’s ability to propagate his/her emotion.
Symptoms of Facial Paralysis
Then, people suffering from Stroke also face similar symptoms related to Bell’s palsy. However, a stroke has some additional symptoms: